3 Ways to Kick off the Year Greensboro NC

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Happy New Year! Are you feeling forlorn that the holidays are over without the anticipation of good food, company and festive parties to celebrate? Good news-there are three fun, budget friendly events during the coming month in the Greensboro area that will ensure your year begins with variety, social interaction and a maybe even a little excitement!

1. January – Annual North Carolina RV & Camping Show – Greensboro

Unleash your inner adventure and outdoorsman or woman by attending the 25th Annual North Carolina RV and Camping Show at the Greensboro Coliseum. It may even give you vision and creative inspiration for an upcoming family vacation, summer trip or retirement travels. These shows are fun for all ages-children, men and women alike. Visit here for more details.
Note: Friday and Saturday is date night! After 5:00pm buy one adult ticket and get second one free.

2. January – Winterfest

Enjoy ice skating and more at WFMY News 2’s Winterfest. Winterfest is a weekend long charity event that benefits three local non-profits which give back to people in need within the communities of the Triad. The special activities on Saturday will take place starting at noon and last until 4pm. Visit http://www.piedmontwinterfest.com/ for more details.

3. February – First Friday Greensboro

Meet artists, listen to music and dance a jig at First Friday. First Friday is a free monthly self-guided walking tour amongst Downtown Greensboro’s stores, art galleries, studios, museums, and other art venues. Participating stops stay open from 6-9pm on the First Friday of every month with free exhibits showcasing local artists, musicians and more. It is a great outing for families and also provides an ever changing variety from month to month. Visit http://www.firstfridaygreensboro.org/ for more details.

We look forward to the opportunity to work with you, our valued clients, in the coming year and hope to run into you enjoying the start of your year at some of these local area events.